Automobile tires are described by an alphanumeric tire code or tyre code which
is generally molded into the sidewall of the tire.
The load range/ply rating branded on a tire's sidewall identifies how much load
the tire is designed to carry at its industry specified pressure. Passenger tires ...
Load Range designates the tire's construction as it relates to its load carrying
capacity ... For example, "C" indicates the tire has a 6-ply load carrying capacity.
Let's begin by reminding ourselves that it is not the tire that carries the load, but ...
On the chart, you can see how today's Load Ranges correspond to the older ...
Load Range Chart. Before load ranges were embraced, ply ratings were used to
identify the strength of light truck tires with higher numerical values assigned to ...
When it comes to ply rating, load range and choosing tires for hauling, things can
get a little confusing. These numbers (or letters) are branded on the side of a ...
My trailer tires are branded ST175/80D13 Load Range C. These tires are also
ST175/80D13 but Load Range D. My question is how do they differ, size wise?
Here's a quick guide to determining the load range for your light truck (LT) tires. ...
alphabet letter, the stronger the tire, which means the more load it can carry.
To select the right load and inflation table for your commercial tires, locate your
tire size, then match your tire's sidewall markings to the table with the same ...
... of the original. Most passenger-car tire load indexes range from 75 to 100, but
some are higher. The chart shows how load indexes translate to weight.